Note: Not all subject components permit calculators. Refer to the booklet IB Diploma Programme Examination Materials for each particular component.
The IBO does not endorse any particular make or model of calculator. However, in order to assist teachers, coordinators and candidates, the following list provides examples of scientific nonprogrammable, programmable and graphic display calculators that do comply with the current regulations.
Note that if any calculator is programmed so that it can perform symbolic manipulation (however limited) in algebra or calculus, its use in examinations is not permitted.
Texas Instruments  Casio  Others 
TI 2835, or 68 series  fx 105500, 6300, 7400, 7450 or 7700 series  Citizen SR (P) 35300 
TI 73, 80, 81 or 106  fx 9700 and 9750 series (plus)  HP 632 or 34 series 
TI 82  cfx 9800 and 9850 series (plus)  Sharp EL 2409400 series 
TI 85  cfx 9950 series (plus)  Sharp EL9600 or 9900 series 
TI 83 (plus)(silver)  fx 1.0 plus  
TI 86 
The IBO does not endorse any particular make or model of calculator. However, in order to assist teachers, coordinators and candidates, the following list provides examples of programmable, graphic display calculators that do comply with the current regulations.
Note that if any calculator is programmed so that it can perform symbolic manipulation (however limited) in algebra or calculus, its use in examinations is not permitted.
Texas Instruments  Casio  Others 
TI 82  fx 9700 and 9750 series (plus)  Sharp EL 9600 or 9900 series 
TI 85  cfx 9800 and 9850 series (plus)  
TI 83 (plus) (silver)  cfx 9950 series (plus)  
TI 86  fx 1.0 plus 
While these devices are permitted in examinations, candidates are required to have access to a graphic display calculator that meets the minimum requirements.
Texas Instruments  Casio  Others 
TI 2835, or 68 series  fx 105500, 6300, 7400, 7450 or 7700 series  Citizen SR(P) 35300 
TI 73, 80, 81 or 106  HP 632 or 34 series  
Sharp EL 2409400 series 
Candidates must not attempt to conceal information or programs stored in their calculator during an examination. They must not store (either in dummy programs or otherwise) text information that specifically assists candidates in an examination by removing the need to recall facts that are not provided in the printed examination materials. Examples of such inappropriate text information are programmed instructions not written in the programming language, and notes accompanying programmed instructions that are not directly related to the functioning of the program.
The following graphic display calculators do not comply with the current regulations and cannot be used by candidates in examinations.
Texas Instruments  Casio  Others 
TI 89 (plus)  fx 9970  HP 3895 series 
TI 92 (plus)  fx 2.0 algebra  
TI Voyage 200  classpad 
Note: Not all subject components permit calculators. Refer to the booklet IB Diploma Programme Examination Materials for each particular component.
The IBO does not endorse any particular make or model of calculator. However, in order to assist teachers, coordinators and candidates, the following list provides examples of scientific nonprogrammable, programmable and graphic display calculators that do comply with the current regulations.
Note that if any calculator is programmed so that it can perform symbolic manipulation (however limited) in algebra or calculus, its use in examinations is not permitted.
Texas Instruments  Casio  Others 
TI 2835, or 68 series  fx 105500, 6300, 7400, 7450 or 7700 series  Citizen SR (P) 35300 
TI 73, 80, 81 or 106  fx 9700 and 9750 series (plus)  HP 632 or 34 series 
TI 82  cfx 9800 and 9850 series (plus)  Sharp EL 2409400 series 
TI 85  cfx 9950 series (plus)  Sharp EL9600 or 9900 series 
TI 83 (plus)(silver)  fx 1.0 plus  
TI 86 
The IBO does not endorse any particular make or model of calculator. However, in order to assist teachers, coordinators and candidates, the following list provides examples of programmable, graphic display calculators that do comply with the current regulations.
Note that if any calculator is programmed so that it can perform symbolic manipulation (however limited) in algebra or calculus, its use in examinations is not permitted.
Texas Instruments  Casio  Others 
TI 82  fx 9700 and 9750 series (plus)  Sharp EL 9600 or 9900 series 
TI 85  cfx 9800 and 9850 series (plus)  
TI 83 (plus) (silver)  cfx 9950 series (plus)  
TI 86  fx 1.0 plus 
While these devices are permitted in examinations, candidates are required to have access to a graphic display calculator that meets the minimum requirements.
Texas Instruments  Casio  Others 
TI 2835, or 68 series  fx 105500, 6300, 7400, 7450 or 7700 series  Citizen SR(P) 35300 
TI 73, 80, 81 or 106  HP 632 or 34 series  
Sharp EL 2409400 series 
Candidates must not attempt to conceal information or programs stored in their calculator during an examination. They must not store (either in dummy programs or otherwise) text information that specifically assists candidates in an examination by removing the need to recall facts that are not provided in the printed examination materials. Examples of such inappropriate text information are programmed instructions not written in the programming language, and notes accompanying programmed instructions that are not directly related to the functioning of the program.
The following graphic display calculators do not comply with the current regulations and cannot be used by candidates in examinations.
Texas Instruments  Casio  Others 
TI 89 (plus)  fx 9970  HP 3895 series 
TI 92 (plus)  fx 2.0 algebra  
TI Voyage 200  classpad 




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Group 3, Group 4 and Group 5 (Mathematical Studies, Computer Science)Note: Not all subject components permit calculators. Refer to the booklet IB Diploma Programme Examination Materials for each particular component. Examples of calculators allowed in examinationsThe IBO does not endorse any particular make or model of calculator. However, in order to assist teachers, coordinators and candidates, the following list provides examples of scientific nonprogrammable, programmable and graphic display calculators that do comply with the current regulations. Note that if any calculator is programmed so that it can perform symbolic manipulation (however limited) in algebra or calculus, its use in examinations is not permitted.
Group 5: Mathematics HL, Mathematical Methods SL and Further Mathematics SLExamples of graphic display calculators allowed in examinations that meet the minimum requirements for mathematics HL, mathematical methods SL and further mathematics SLThe IBO does not endorse any particular make or model of calculator. However, in order to assist teachers, coordinators and candidates, the following list provides examples of programmable, graphic display calculators that do comply with the current regulations. Note that if any calculator is programmed so that it can perform symbolic manipulation (however limited) in algebra or calculus, its use in examinations is not permitted.
Examples of calculators that do not meet the minimum requirements for mathematics HL, mathematical methods SL and further mathematics SLWhile these devices are permitted in examinations, candidates are required to have access to a graphic display calculator that meets the minimum requirements.
All GroupsExamples of calculators not allowed in IB examinationsCandidates must not attempt to conceal information or programs stored in their calculator during an examination. They must not store (either in dummy programs or otherwise) text information that specifically assists candidates in an examination by removing the need to recall facts that are not provided in the printed examination materials. Examples of such inappropriate text information are programmed instructions not written in the programming language, and notes accompanying programmed instructions that are not directly related to the functioning of the program. The following graphic display calculators do not comply with the current regulations and cannot be used by candidates in examinations.
